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Latest Episodes

MURDERED: Erica Gene Shultz

From the moment her sister Erica’s phone went to voice mail, Emily Corbin knew something was wrong.

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MURDERED: Emma Walker and Mya Peña

Emma Walker had what looked to the world like a picture-perfect high school relationship — until her football player boyfriend revealed the ugly truth.

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MURDERED: The Subway Murders

Two high school sweethearts are murdered in a Subway shop on Valentine’s Day in 2000.

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MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF: JoAnn Matouk Romain (Part 2)

The January 2010 death of JoAnn Matouk Romain gets even more mysterious when her family learns of two other cases connected to hers.

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MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF: JoAnn Matouk Romain (Part 1)

In January 2010 JoAnn Matouk Romain runs a quick errand to get gas followed by attending a 15-minute prayer service, then she walks into the freezing lake across the street to take her own life.

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PRECEDENT: Megan Kanka

When Megan Kanka went missing in 1994 her case exposed one of the holes in the sex offender registry. Yes, people were registered but that was only known to government officials, not to those living among potential predators.

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